Local leaders: Ken Gutterson, Managing Director at Cordelta
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Aerobatics pilot, extreme skier, model, academic, systems architect, entrepreneur, consultant - these are just some of the professions and hobbies...
The RiotACT expands ACT-NSW cross-border relationships with About Regional acquisition
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Canberra digital news and opinion platform The RiotACT (the-riotact.com) continues to build influence and momentum, finalising the acquisition of About...
Brumbies’ Simon Chester gets the seven-year itch
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Brumbies General Manager - Commercial Operations, Simon Chester, today announced that, after seven years with the Brumbies, he will be...
Striving towards Destination 2030
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There is no question that the Canberra Region is expanding and changing - usually for the better, as recently evidenced by our city being named one of the top three places in the world to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet. However, without a plan for our future, change is likely to be ad hoc, fragmented, and possibly delayed. Without...
Run Suzie run: Canberra businesswoman to join Indigenous runners in New York Marathon
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One of Canberra's most prominent and successful businesswomen will take on the New York City Marathon on 5 November in support of world champion marathon runner, Rob de Castella's Indigenous running program. Founder and director of 'Clear Complexions', Suzie Hoitink and her team have been pounding the pavement to raise funds for, and awareness of the Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF),...
The future of work is flexible
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Technological advances are transforming the way organisations do business and will ultimately re- shape and re-define jobs, skills and workforce strategy. At the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, a wide-ranging global insight report, 'The Future of Jobs; Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution' was issued, outlining the way jobs will be impacted and the...
Signature Strata – putting integrity first
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Signature Strata is the brainchild of partners Nina Cannell, General Manager and Leisa Newman, Business Manager. The initial chat about Nina's future plans after her last tenure of 12+ years (18+ years in total) happened in the school yard. Leisa had hoped to coax her into a new role, essentially a side-step from strata management. "It actually all happened at...
Australian businesses must think innovatively to win the war for talent
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Recently we commenced advertising for several recruitment consultants with the aim of attracting high performers to our firm in Canberra. Included in our advertising is the offer to enjoy a six week paid holiday to new hires before starting in the job. The idea reeks of a gimmick, doesn't it? In today's job market, the list of catchy perks being...
Record keeping tips for the new fnancial year
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It's a chance for a fresh start again. We can embrace the opportunity to clear our desks, tidy out the filing cabinet, change our business structures and even get a new financial record keeping system in place. As part of this it may be the perfect time to also consider new systems or accounting packages and all their optional Add-Ons....
Meeting rules for strata community complexes
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One of the primary roles of a Strata Manager is facilitating the meetings of an Owners Corporation, a role that includes maintaining order, focus on the agenda,and ensuring that each articipant has an equal opportunity to have their voice heard. Successfully leading a meeting is a skill actively developed by a successful Strata Manager through experience and ongoing training. Formal...
Protecting the property pool – the family law toolkit
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The time it takes for a property settlement to be determined by the Court is significant. We often advise our clients that it can take 12, 18 and even up to 24 months to reach an outcome. Of course, life goes on after separation and finances are fluid. On one end of the spectrum, there is no halting everyday living...
B2B Magazine joining forces with the RiotACT
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I have been pondering the future of B2B Magazine and my next major step for the past year and I am proud to announce that we have decided to join forces with the new RiotACT to bring the next big thing to the Canberra region - Digital Regional News. While there are loads of exciting announcements yet to come, B2B...
Separating couples: go your separate ways but together
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Use Separate Together, your dedicated settlement lawyers With 70% of litigated family law matters resolving before trial with couples reaching an agreement, there has to be a better way to separate without unnecessary Court intervention and expensive lawyers, thought local Canberran family lawyer, Siobhan Mullins. Thenceforth, Separate Together was born. Separate Together is Australia's First Online Family Law Firm dedicated...
Say goodbye to your IT blues with WOTlink
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If you are in small business or have a team of employees, do any of the following scenarios bring back terrible memories or instantly raise your blood pressure because they are your worst fears: Your office is broken into and your Apple computers and backups are stolen. A family member gets onto your PC and wipes all the Outlook files....
Neilan Stramandinoli Family Law – a small firm with big experience
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Lucy Stramandinoli and Anna Neilan have joined forces, bringing their 30 years combined experience, to Canberra's newest, boutique, family law firm, Neilan Stramandinoli Family Law. Both passionate about family law, Lucy and Anna have launched their new practice with a shared view that every client needs a resolution that is very tailored to their own personal circumstances. Wherever possible Lucy...
Supporting our community’s unpaid carers
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Look around you. One in eight Canberrans is an unpaid carer looking after a family member or friend who is elderly or living with a disability or with long-term physical or mental health conditions. Chances are some of your work colleagues are carers. Unfortunately, the caring role is often unappreciated and unidentified. Recognising yourself as a 'carer' is the first...
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